PHOTOS: Residents defy lockdown order in Lagos, Abuja

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    Some residents of Abuja and Lagos have started flouting the directive to stay at home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

    On March 29, President Muhammadu Buhari had ordered a 14-day lockdown in Ogun, Lagos and Abuja as a measure to check the pandemic.

    But some residents had been complaining about the effect of the lockdown, expressing their inability to meet their demands.

     

    LAGOS

    Officials stopping a driver at the toll gate axis of Lagos-Ibadan expressway on Tuesday

    Long queue at Toll Gate checkpoint

     

    Gbolahan Olugbemi, area commander of Area J, Lekki Peninsula, turned back a vehicle on day eight of the lockdown in Lagos

    Cars at Jakande roundabout check point on Tuesday

    A long stretch of vehicles on Ikorodu road on Tuesday

    People inside the trunk of a vehicle on Lagos-Ibadan expressway

    A police check point stationed at Falomo roundabout, Ikoyi

    Despite restriction, movement at Ikoyi roundabout

    A vehicle impounded by police at Jakande roundabout, Lekki for flouting restriction order

    Police arresting this man at Falamo roundabout, Ikoyi, for moving about despite not having clearance to do so

    Long queue of cars at Falamo roundabout, Ikoyi

    Balogun market, Lagos Island

    Despite ban on okada and the restriction of movement, some riders were seen with passengers on Lagos Island

    A commercial bus with passengers on Mobolaji Bank Anthony way, Ikeja

    ABUJA

    Gridlock on Abuja-Kubwa-Zuba expressway as motorists try to cross the blockage by law enforcement agents in spite of the of the total lock down

    Road users stranded as law enforcement agents enforce the stay at home order on Abuja-Kubwa-Zuba expressway

    CBN Junction, Karu, Abuja

    No social distancing at ATM point

    Tricycle still operating in Abuja

     

    Source: The CableNG

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